It is what it is. The two major parties have given us this choice and now we the voters must make it. As flippant as some may be about this election we need to understand what is at stake here. At least two maybe three Supreme Court selections. The economic health of our country or potentially stagnant growth. For credit unions the continuation of over burdensome regulations and further empowerment of the CFPB or a return to a way that will allow growth and the ability to help their members. A country of strength or one that will continue to diminish in stature. Let he who is without sin cast the first stone. Since we do not have all the time in the world to wait for that to happen, let's at all least cast a ballot in what has become the most important election in our lifetime.
Would have thought with their track records that neither candidate would be "casting stones", but....
Jim:Please review the tape of the last debate. Trump took his hit without talking about a certain pervert that occupied the White House. Clinton could not control herself and through the first stone! The game was then on and she got whipped! If you think that an unconstitutionally structured federal agency is a great idea, than you will love the further unconstitutional ideas that Clinton will advance. Kiss you LIBERITY good bye! Why speak so boldly on this blog site when it will be meaningless in the future!FYI: Hillary can stay in Los Vegas if they have a Maximum Security Prison!
I suspect that there is much support for "change" in how our federal government - and one independent agency in particular - have been "disfunctioning,", but both of the leaders who have "volunteered" their services as our next change agent... do give one pause!!!
Pause perhaps but hopefully reality will triumph because without a real change there is no hope and it definitely will be business as usual. Not good.
Hope I'm not alone in believing that the NCUA's two Board members are truly working toward positive, necessary changes at the Agency... and it is more than just talk!This looks like a fresh start since May 1st... for real!
Have you not been looking and listening? To date all we have heard from the boys is talk and no action. Exam cycle change-maybe in 2017. Transparent budget-yeah right maybe if you plow through the clouds and get at the meat of what they give you to look at. FOM-get ready for another watered down proposal that will be billed as relief and opportunity for credit unions. OTR? Wait for that bite in the ass. Fresh start? Not even close.
I think it's headed in the right direction but Metsger and McWatters must stand up to the old guard NCUA staff so real changes can occur.
Headed somewhere and getting there are two different things. Talk is cheap and that is all you have had since May 1. Remember, it's show me the money. Thus far you have seen nothing but chump change.
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